The Robots Are Coming!

By Ed Zwirn (originally published in the New York Post on April 30, 2017)

If you’re just about to start on your working life, you might be advised to stay away from such hands-on occupations as welder, floor assembler or boilermaker. Continue reading

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How Little We Know – BONUS TRACK

Larry DeAngelo sings How Little We Know – A song written by Hoagy Carmichael and Johnny Mercer for the 1944 film To Have and Have Not, where it is performed by the character “Slim” played by Lauren Bacall. A young Andy Williams recorded the song for the film as a possible alternative track to dub Bacall’s low voice. Bacall said they used her singing.

It has since been covered periodically, by big names such as Frank Sinatra and most recently in 1999 by Michael Feinstein with the Maynard Ferguson Big Band.

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Companies are paying millions to get hacked — on purpose

By Ed Zwirn

(originally published on April 23, 2017 in the New York Post)

The old sports adage, “the best defense is a good offense,” is being deployed by corporate America when it comes to cybersecurity. Continue reading

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